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Letter from William Clark to John Hite Clark, 27 October 1810

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Title

Letter from William Clark to John Hite Clark, 27 October 1810

Description

William Clark writes to his nephew, John Hite Clark, from St. Louis, Missouri, about mercantile affairs, including the demand for and the high price of whiskey. He includes his thoughts on a man in love, having heard from Edmund that John might be "a little in love." He reports that his son, M. Lewis, is talking and walks through the streets beating his drum.

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Source

Jonathan Clark papers, 1801-1812, Filson Historical Society

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Identifier

Mss. A C593e f9

Citation

Clark, William, “Letter from William Clark to John Hite Clark, 27 October 1810,” The Filson Historical Society Digital Projects, accessed May 24, 2024, https://filsonhistorical.omeka.net/items/show/5734.